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A Mountain of Mulch Moved for Tiny Plants

North Creek is home to Chinook salmon, primary orca food, and the forest acts as a giant sponge keeping waters clean and cool.

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Jan. 28th Helpin’ Out at Idylwood Park

Help create more salmon for orcas starting close to home at Idylwood Creek. We'll be having fun with our friends mulching recently planted trees and removing invasive plants to support the native trees. Idylwood Creek historically had many salmon howver in recent years only a handful have returned according to salmon watchers, however kokanee are improving. Improved vegetation will provide valuable shade and cool, clean water for salmon in the creek! DSC_0422

New Volunteer Orientation December 3rd

This orientation session is for new and returning volunteers. Come meet other volunteers, learn about the logistics of whale watching with us, and our program goals. The session includes special guests Nicole Killebrew from the Seattle Aquarium teaching about communication techniques for collective solutions and Juliana Houghton getting you up to speed on whales of the Salish Sea and teaching about the latest research updates! Jill at Titlow dec 2014

Jill Clogston at Titlow Beach



Tribute to Granny

Enjoy messages celebrating J2, Granny from naturalists Ariel Yseth, Rylee Jensen, Stephanie Dawes, Sara Hysong-Shimazu, Monika Wieland-Shields, and author Mark Leiren-Young. J2

Mark Malleson / Center for Whale Research



Mark Leiren-Young – The Killer Whale Who Changed the World

Interview with Mark Leiren-Young, the author of the new book, The Killer Whale Who Changed the World, about the first captive killer whale, Moby Doll. We chat about her story and the amazing legacy left behind to her extended family of Southern Resident killer whales. KillerWhaleCover_RGB300-web-e1472763986171